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The Best Books of 1999
Behold the Power of Cheese
A dispatch from the Christian Booksellers Association
Harder than Anyone Can Imagine
Four working pastors—Latino, Asian, black, and white—respond to the bracing thesis of United by Faith.
Should We Ban Boxing?
The usual arguments against the "sweet science" cut many ways.
Anselm, Pope Benedict XVI, and Us
Why the medieval theologian is as contemporary as ever—and a blessing to evangelicals.
Creating a Tear-Jerker Ending
Donald Miller hints at what to expect from his upcoming book.
Christ at the Center
Michael Horton says we need to once again let our lives and churches be driven by the gospel.
The Relentless Passion of Francis Chan
The best-selling author and church planter is not easily satisfied with the church or himself.
Letting Pastors Be Real
Dale Pyne says when we put pastors on a pedestal, they’re more likely to topple.
Saint Nasty
Spiritual giants care about one thing—and it's not people's feelings.
Born-again Stories
The Fifth Evangelist
Johann Sebastian Bach was a musician who lived the Bible.
Questions for Both Sides
Terri Schiavo prompted a national debate, but there's still much unresolved.
The Grace of Sports
If Christ can't be found in sports, he can't be found in the modern world.
Freedom Between the Goal Posts
Sports is much more important than our culture lets on.
This Little Light of Mine
Sharing your faith does not have to be so intimidating.
From the Printing Press to the iPhone
Shane Hipps urges Christians to discern the technology spirits.
Q&A: Francis Chan on Rob Bell and Hell
Why 'Erasing Hell' was his most difficult book, how 'Love Wins' prompted repentance, and whether 'Believe in Jesus or you'll go to hell' is good news.
The Mystic Baptist
Why megachurch pastor Charles Stanley had spent so much time in prayer his whole life.

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Most ‘Nones’ Still Keep the Faith
Most ‘Nones’ Still Keep the Faith
When research looks beyond affiliation, the move away from religious institutions becomes more nuanced.

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